As a member of the Creatieve Coalitie, Platform BK works with 44 other professional organisations, interest groups, rights organisations and trade unions to improve the labour market position of cultural workers in the Netherlands.

Below you can read about the most important actions and developments.


  1. The CC warmly invites you to the culture debate. On Wednesday afternoon, November 15, (candidate) members of Parliament will debate with each other about art, culture, heritage and the creative industry. In Tivolivredenburg in Utrecht from 16h00 /17h00-18h30 (in dutch)
  2. The Creative Coalition, together with the Kunstenbond, has drawn up a questionnaire to find out how self-employed people feel about the new change in the law regarding pseudo-self-employment. Read more about this at: sense-and-nonsense-surrounding-the-succession-law-dba
    If you want to make your opinion heard, you can do so via this questionnaire: Questionnaire
  3. Once again we would like to draw attention to these arrangements, these pots are not yet empty so make use of them.
    Oog voor Impuls offers incentive schemes for employers and self-employed people in the cultural and creative sector. What arrangements are there?

For self-employed cultural workers:

Self-insured scheme
The Self-Insured scheme encourages self-employed people in the cultural and creative sector to insure themselves against disability.

Now for Later arrangement
The Now for Later scheme encourages self-employed people in the cultural and creative sector to save (more) for their pension.

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